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Pinturas Bricolaje - Revamped What seems like ages ago, I painted three abstracts for our bedroom that I have felt a bit ho-hum toward since adding brighter touches, like the cheery Marimekko blanket. Readers have asked how I made the paintings but, since I was actually trying to recreate this painting, it was a crazy, un-documentable journey from blank canvases to finished pieces. Anyone curious about the how-to is in luck though, because I recently tweaked the triptych (by adding new pops of colour to the two blander paintings) and I captured the transformation on camera. Here's how I added some more colour:
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